School of Engineering

Hao Jiang, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering

Discipline: High Frequency Integrated Circuits Design
Office: SCI 213A
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Phone: (415) 338-6379
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Hao Jiang


  • Ph.D, Electrical Engineering, University of California at San Diego 2000
  • B.S. Materials Science, Tsinghua University, Beijing 1994


Hao Jiang has been with San Francisco State University since August 2007 as an associate professor in electrical engineering.

Prior joining SFSU, he worked for Broadcom Corporation, Jazz Semiconductor and Conexant Systems Inc. as a radio-frequency integrated circuits designer and a device compact modeling engineer.

His research interests are in the general area of high frequency integrated circuit design. He is particular interested in programmable/re-configuration multi-band RF transceiver design, adoption of MEMS in IC and ultra-low-power (ULP) IC design for biomedical applications.

Research Area: High Frequency and Analog Integrated Circuit
Research in the area of high frequency and analog integrated circuits at San Francisco State University focuses on developing innovative circuitry architectures, in conjunction with physical electronics, for (1) multib-band wireless transceivers for ubiquitous cognitive radio applications, (2) ultra-low-power (ULP) wireless transceivers for for biomedical applications.

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